Bothros is a ray-tracing code to post-process data from a general relativistic 3-d MHD simulation

The Einstein Toolkit software is an open-source, community-driven code for relativistic astrophysics and gravitational physics. CCRG members contribute to the development of the toolkit.

The Harm3D code solves the relativistic MHD equations on arbitrary dynamical spacetimes in arbitrary coordinate systems.

Inverse Curl is a public code developed at RIT which invert the vector potential A to obtain the magnetic field B in a fully relativistic context.

LazEv is the in-house numerical relativity code for binary black hole simulations. It's based on the "moving puncture approach" which produced a breakthrough in numerical relativity in 2005.

Public numerical relativity software using multi-domain spectral methods

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